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A Long Spoon

by Jonathan L. Howard

You may have heard of Johannes Cabal; he is a necromancer and a little infamous. He is also very sensitive to attempts on his life. When a murder of crows tries to... well, murder him, and the contents of his...


A Man for All Seasons

by Mary Billiter

There are crazier ways to spend a holiday. At least that's what journalist Janey Turner keeps telling herself when she agrees to spend Thanksgiving with the editor she's never met in person before . . . a man...


Love's Replay

by Synithia Williams

David Henderson is willing to do just about anything to stop his father from selling the family's successful automotive dealership. And that means proving to his pops that he's serious about his future. Even...


Burnt Sugar

by Lish McBride

Ava, Lock, and Ezra are on assignment—for the magical mafia, of course. Faced with a gingerbread house, they’re pretty sure that what’s inside isn’t nearly as sweet as the outside. It never is.

At the...


The Story of a Country Town

by Edgar Watson Howe

SHOULD “The Story of a Country Town” find readers, it may be interesting to them to know that it was written entirely at night, after the writer had finished a hard day’s work as editor and publisher of...


A Fox in the Desert

by Luigi Savagnone

Normally, a 25-year-old man has some prospects for the future. The protagonist of this story do not. He is brutalized by the life he leads and everything seems futile, unnecessary and unhealthy. He received...


Jim

by Charles G. D. Roberts

Jim’s mother was a big cross-bred bitch, half Newfoundland and half bloodhound, belonging to Black Saunders, one of the hands at the Brine’s Rip Mills. As the mills were always busy, Saunders was always...


The Putnam Hall Encampment

by Arthur M. Winfield

This story is complete in itself but forms the fifth volume in a line issued under the general title of “Putnam Hall Series.” As I have mentioned several times, this series was started at the solicitation...


The Man Mermaid

by Luigi Savagnone

I am a man, sad and disappointed. Every morning I need to look at the sea, I need to draw energy from its majesty. After I built with my own hands a rowing boat deciding to get it over, I take off. I am called...


Who is Mackie Spence?

by Lin Kaymer

Jeremy's friend, Mackie Spence, seems different. She doesn't act like the same person he's grown up with all his life. And Jeremy would know. In the last year, he's paid close attention, as that funny little...


Unlovely

by Celeste Conway

They look so sweet and beautiful...but what is the dark, unlovely truth?

Harley's a college guy with a brain in his head. Those old tales about the ballet school and the evils hidden within its walls are for...


A Christmas Carol (Illustrated)

by Charles Dickens

"A Christmas Carol" is a novella by Charles Dickens. It was first published in London by Chapman & Hall on 19 December 1843. The novella met with instant success and critical acclaim. "Carol" tells the story...


The Bears of Blue River

by Charles Major

The Bears of Blue River by Charles Major. Illustrated edition by A. B. Frost and Others. The Bears of Blue River describes the adventures of a young boy growing up in early nineteenth-century rural Indiana....


The Forest Farm

by Peter Rosegger

Rosegger: An Appreciation THE unmistakable trend of our time is the civilisation—which, in its modern form, is largely urbanisation—of the whole habitable globe. From its centres outwards it is thrusting...


Elsket and Other Stories

by Thomas Nelson Page

I spent a month of the summer of 188- in Norway—"Old Norway"—and a friend of mine, Dr. John Robson, who is as great a fisherman as he is a physician, and knows that I love a stream where the trout and I...


We Knew That ...

by Luigi Savagnone

A narrator tells a novel he read a few days before. Anna and Lucia are two girls of Italian origin, who after having spent a childhood and boyhood, serene and happy in Borneo discovered a love affair between...


The Velveteen Rabbit, or How Toys Become Real: Illustrated

by Margery Williams

The Velveteen Rabbit, or How Toys Become Real: Illustrated. A children's novel written by Margery Williams and illustrated by William Nicholson. It chronicles the story of a stuffed rabbit and his quest to become...


I Run Away

by Luigi Savagnone

The novel is divided into two basic parts: 1) A narrator tells the story of Anna and Lucia two girls of Italian origin, who after spending a childhood and a peaceful and happy childhood in Borneo discovered...


Terror of the Mountain Man

by William W. Johnstone & J.A. Johnstone

Borders Of Blood

Smoke Jensen has come to Corpus Christi, Texas, to take delivery of five hundred horses he purchased from an old friend. That's when a Mexican revolutionary, Colonel Bustamante Keno, brazenly...


Charlie Sunday's Texas Outfit

by Stephen Lodge

Action packed and authentic, Charley Sunday's Texas Outfit is a vivid portrait of the men whose true grit left its mark on the American West.

Charley Sunday. Bloody Sunday.

In the lawless frontier town of Brownsville,...